Revista BrJAC

Volume: 11
Issue: 42

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Analytical Chemistry is like the Fruit of an Apple Tree

Prof. Dr. Victor G. Mihucz
Head of the Analytical Chemistry Dept., Institute of Chemistry, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary

“… Recent advances in instrumental analysis create the impression that conducting chemical analysis is an easy task that no longer requires the expertise of chemists devoted to this branch of chemistry. However, there is still a lot of work to do. Thanks to innovations in mass spectrometry and related techniques, analytical chemistry is experiencing a second Golden Era. …” read more


Dr. Patricia Smichowski, a researcher who works hard to contribute to science, kindly granted BrJAC an interview

Dr. Patricia Smichowski
Head of the Analytical Developments Division at the Argentine Atomic Energy Commission
Principal Researcher at CONICET, Buenos Aires, Argentina

“… there is a relatively small number of scientists in South America compared to other regions of the world. In this context, added to the decrease in funding, cooperation between different research groups in the region is crucial to maintain the scientific level that we have achieved with great effort.” read more

Point of View

BrJAC 2023 – Growing and Building Bridges

Prof. Dr. Joaquim de Araújo Nóbrega
Full Professor in the Department of Chemistry at the Federal University of São Carlos, São Carlos, SP, Brazil

“As announced since the beginning, each BrJAC issue has a great combination of reviews, scientific articles, points of view, letters, sponsors’ reports, releases, news, and interviews. This list of contents is part of the identity of BrJAC and each section plays a special role. Of course, articles are the core of any scientific journal, but to create and consolidate bridges we need to integrate academia and industry, so different forms of communication are in the BrJAC fingerprint.” read more


Importance of Elemental Chemical Speciation Studies in Enriched Food: Nutritional Quality, Toxicity, and Economic Improvement

Prof. Dr. Juliana Naozuka
Professor in the Department of Chemistry at the Federal University of São Paulo, Diadema, SP, Brazil

“Food enrichment success is closely associated with chemical speciation studies since there are chemical species that will be absorbed in a cultivation medium, as well as the chemical species that are formed during translocation and accumulation, which must be in bioavailable forms, in order to act on the different metabolic systems of the human body, including remedying prevalences. In this scenario, it is imperative to go beyond determining the total concentration of essential elements...” read more


Prof. Dr. José Luis Capelo Martinez
Associate Professor, Chemistry Department, New University of Lisbon, PT


“…research is not just an academic pursuit but a powerful tool for addressing pressing societal issues. It's a commitment to using my abilities to contribute to the greater good, to extend a helping hand to those in need, and to make a meaningful difference in the lives of individuals and communities…” read more


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